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The available evidence for receptor-receptor interactions between adenosine A(2A), dopamine D(2), cannabinoid CB(1), and metabotropic glutamate mGlu(5) receptors (A(2A), D(2), CB(1), and mGlu(5), respectively) is revised under the "receptor mosaic" perspective. Furthermore, the concept of "hub receptor" is defined in accordance with informatics and it is(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE The advanced communication technology may allow rehabilitative interventions to patients living at home from a remote provider. We evaluated the effects of a tele-rehabilitation system for the therapy of arm motor impairments due to a stroke. RESEARCH DESIGN Experimental observational study. METHODS AND PROCEDURES We selected five(More)
The present cutting-edge communication technology applied to the rehabilitation may change the real possibility of providing therapeutic treatments to the patients at their home. In order to confirm this assertion a current study on motor telerehabilitation was undertaken. Through a virtual reality based system, and a complementary video conference(More)
Previous studies have shown that the motor training in a virtual-environment with the augmented feedback promotes motor learning in normal subjects and in long-term post-stroke patients. We evaluated whether this approach could be useful also for treating patients with arm motor deficits due to a recent stroke. Twenty-four patients were included in the(More)
A case of type I Arnold-Chiari malformation, with onset of diplopia, without associated medullar alteration, is presented. The symptomatology remained unique and had transitory presentation for many years with negative ophthalmic examinations. Attention is drawn to the great variability of the syndrome's presenting symptoms confirming the importance of MR(More)
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